The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1950 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1050 BLYTIIEVJLLE (ARK.) COUKiER NEWS UAAWCould Retire Lewis in February But Action Unlikely Jiy Norman Walker WASHINGTON, Jim. 12—-(AL')—John L. Lewis must bow out as Itcitcl of tlie United Mine Workers union one month from today unless his own top aides decide to keep him. They probably will. But a compulsory retirement proviso of the UMW's eon- lion coukl conceivably provide a challenge lo Lewis' sUUilion grip on union miners. Lewis himself had "nolliing fo f " when confronted with the LW constitutional clause saying I officers must retire on reach- Ing Iheir 10th buihday. The same constitution says the retirement shall be on a pension, bill nobody would say how much that would be. Leu-is turns 10 on Feb. 12. The clause which would make II potsiblc for him to continue al the helm ol Hie UMW lifter that date i-s one ^lich specifies: "Exceptions lo this obligatory retirement, age may He made by the international executive hoard if It finds it necessary to continue the services of an officer." The 32 members (if till- c.vi-t-u- livc board, who get paid S12.I1M a year plus expenses, InrarTalily a°rec willi Lewis. It very lil-.nly •.iih turn uut dial they "find » necessary lo continue" his services. The same printed constitution, a booklet, also says that Lewis gets $50.(XX> a yaer salary ,plus expenses, as UMW president. It provides that In case the office of president becomes vacant, the vice president succeeds. The UMW vice president now is Thomas Kcncdy, one-time lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania. as tlie opemlors have asked. Ill Congress, piospccus seemed dim for Senate Labor Committee ap proval of a Repuulican-sponsorei resolution urging President Tru man to Invoke the Talt-Ilartley la\ in the coal dispute. A majority of the 1'ibor commit tee's members, .saying they sti v.-ant the T-H la* repealed, adde lhat they dislike the idea of back ing any move to utilize Ihe law. Tight GOP senators led by Sen I a tor Ferguson (R-Michl illtrodm ed the resolution yesterday. Re Church <R-I!1) announced he would offer a similar bill in ihe House to| day. Argentine Closed for Failure to Salute Gen. San Martin HUKNOS AIRES, Argentina, Jan. 12—M'i—An Argentine Congressional Committee ordered 48 newspapers to close Tuesday because they didn't print R tlihute to OeitcrtiJ Sam Martin, the national hero. A recent law requires that al newspapers In the country priu the phrase ''year of the Liberator General Sam Martin" on thel masthead throughout 1950, th lOOtli anniversary ol the general' death Jose Kmlllo Viscn told a new conference Ihe papers may rental padlocked until Congress mee' May 1. Several of the papers arc sup porters ot President Juan 15. Pcroi Also closed was the Communi Dally La iiora and weekly Orient a cion. The independent dally La Prcsi condemned visca's action in orde ing tlie closure. iiUKIEI) UNDEK SNOW JN IDAHO—A row of automobiles standing in a_used car lot at Bonneis Ferry, Ida., are almost completely covered with snow niter a record 23.5 Inch tail. fAP Wirephoto) Toy Balloon Released In Blytheville found In Tree Near Paden, Miss. Well Child Clinic is Conducted for Negroes in City fort Smith Submits Bid for Air Force Academy If One is Established Seven ll'jgro children, under the a»c ol two, were examined yesterday al the Well Child Conference conducted nt the First Christian Church, under the supervision of tile Bls'thcviUc Council of Church Women and the Noi'lll Mississippi County Health unit. The clinic yesterday conducted by clinician Dr. J. E. Dcasley. and clinic nurse, Mrs. E. O. Ambrose, If the UMW executive board has i was a project of the Lal:e Street no other reason for keeping Lewis,' Methodist Church representatives one' would be that the union Ls now in a climax stage of s SCVCH- inonlh fight against the coal indus- rik for a new contract. Lewis has •Reeled that scrap all the way. His strategy has been to put every passible presure on the coal operators to bow to union demands. It wai bound lo lumpen. Last week Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Company gave away scores of balloons inflated with a lighter- Ihan-alr gas. Evidently at least one of the balloons got loose for it turned up in a tree near Paden, Miss.,—that's 130 air miles from here. The finder. O. L. Hunt, of Paden, returned the shattered balloon vlilrti, he wrote ,he found in a tree his farm. He also asked the Chevrolet company, in his letter, if was really turned loose in Bly- hevilte. Paden Ls in the northeast corner if Mississippi, only a few nille,5 from he Alabama state line. NOTICB Notice Is hereby given that I undersigned has filed with I Commissioner of Revenues of the State ot Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on Ihc premises described as N. Hlway No. 61, Dlytheville, Mississippi County. The undersiRiicd states that he is itizen of Arkansas ,of good morn! "om A. Little, Jr. s New President Of Kiwonis Club Tom A. Little Jr., was Installed iu> resident o! the Blythcvllle K 31ub to succeed O. E. Kiiudscn at lie club's weekly meeting In Hole Noble yesterday noon. Olher officers Installed Included lennoii Cnrlton as vice !>rc.sldcn cceed Cecil Lowe; Arthur S InrrLwn n-s treasurer imd Dr. Mil on Webb, Ed Tune, J. L. Nnbers Rosco Crnfton mid nick Watson a iiembers of Hie Board of Directors J. Graham Sudbury served as In slnlllng officer substituting for 13 Fielding A. foe of Paragould. a pas lleiilcnfiiH-govc'rnor of the Mis KHlri-Knmas-ftrkan.sas District KIwanLs International. fallowing Ule Installation cere monies a film, "One D;\y Near Democracy," which denls wit YMCA work belns done In Jnpa was shown. Ouesl-s nt yesterday's Hireling t: eluded County Jmlge Utvrroy Fe roll of Pnrtigonlil, Calvin Spear Memphis, O. B. Hayes, Tom A. L lie Sr., and Dr. Louis Hubcncr. yet maintain enough coal production to avoid White House use of the Tnft-Hartley law's court action powers in national Inbor emergencies. Strategy Moves Mailc Another step in that strategy showed up yesterday when Lewis, after letting nearly 70.000 miners in seven states remain completely Idle; since last week, ordered them back to work Monday. A week earlier Lewis let 16.000 II- 1111015 miners stay Idle for a week before ordering them back. These strikes are all In addition to the tliree-day work week. This has brought (A) demands from Congress that President Truman step in to restore norirml five-day production and (B) pleas from coal mine owners that the National Labor Relations Board do the same. Robert N. Denham, the NLHB's f eral counsel, said it will be to•row at the earliest before he ides whether to seek a court in- assisting Mrs. Jimmie Sanders. Mrs. Nettie cvccii, Mrs. Homer Tinker and Mrs. C. C. Thompson. Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. Albert Taylor also assisted. The clinics are conducted twice each month and have been conducted at the North Mississippi County Health Unit until this month, when the clinics were moved to the First Christian Church Subsequent clinics, held on the second and fourth Wednesdays, will be at the church. NOTICE Nolice Is hereby given that the undersigned hns filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on Ihc ! character, that he has .-ever been described as 1001 S. loth convicted of a felony or other crime Blytlievillc, Mississippi involving moral turpitude; Comity. The undersigned statcsilhul he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good mcmil character, that he has never 1 been convicted or a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that in license lo sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five Missing Malvern Man Sued in federal Court LITTLE HOCK, Jan. 12—W>— Three Little Rock wholesale firm yesterday asked a federal court t place A. O. Terry, missing Malvern grocer, hi involuntary bankruptcy The petition for involuntary bankruptcy charges that Terry "absconded on Dec. 1. 1949, carrying large sums of money and left his business without active management." The three firms. Cameron Feed Mills, Merchants wholesale Grocery and Plunkct-Jartell Co., claim Terry owes them a total of S4.000- Terry, believed to have been carrying a large amount of cosh, dis- Jurors Unable to Agree On Liquor Haulers' Guilt HARRISON, Ark.. Jan. 12. (API- Jurors deliberated nine hours without deciding whether three Chicago men were guilty of transporting whiskey illegally. So a mistrial was declared hi circuit court here yesterday in the case of Norman Shapiro, Eddie Gy- nainishki aud Ray Johnson. The} presumably will be tried again, bn no date was set for a new trial. The defendants were arresle< here last month after Arkansa. State Police seized ft truckload wlii.skcy valued at S6.000. Prosccu tor Gene Moore said the rue bought the whiskey at Lake Villag and were en route to Missouri. WASHINGTON, Jan. 12. (Al 1 ) Statistically, Arkansas has one: Premises chance ill 195 ol getting the Ah . * r c e l> Force academy if it IE established, ed. Fort Smith is among the 195 -sites being considered by the academy selection board. However, Congress has not yet authorized the academy. ye'ars lait oast; and that, the undersigned litus never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or or any other stale, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Ls Tor permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of Jan. 1950, nud to expire on ihe 3o day of June, 1050. John Luin Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11 day 'of Jan. 1D5D. Mrs. Marshall Blackatd. Notary Public My Commission expires: 3|0j53. V/ith the Courts Chancery: Ann E. Burns vs. Basil L. Bin- it for divorce. Museum Advises on Art Maintenance, Repair NEW YORK — Ifl'i — A painting •hose surface has become dull can cquently be brightened by using a ood otiality of prepared war-cmul- ion cream furniture polish, the Metropolitan Museum of Art ad- iscs. Superficial dust and dirt can be emoved by light brushing with ab- oi'bent cotton. But they should lever be treated with soap, water, >read crumbs, erasers, raw potatoes or sliced onion. Any of these may mprove the appearance but all can be harmful In inexperienced hands, the museum cautioned. that I license to sen beer by the vmtler- ' signed has been revoked within five years last imst-, and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws ol this.-stale, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit lo be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of Jan. 1050, ami lo expire on the 30 day ol June, 1050. RulVi Boy A Subscribed and sworn to before One one-hundredth pound per acre of paralhion was Itnmd effective against arctic mosquitoes when sprayed from a plane. CATARRH SUFFERERS SINUS >IMD eUH f Ot MllWt °y," J?,, N * S »i CO,<»ISTIcm. JUrrLT^USMlO^H ll« ""."u'Vi'^wJw'fnVi^rt.Vll'wSjU nft%»E n co*E«t'° n . Mfn ind womwi w jd 'rbS!;j h «"u'f"^l" d ^nV^r*KM)Rl»!OI cn.l. 13.00. but toniidmnr r*ra11*. IMi ! Z-»"'KI,()FOK()|. (c««tion, u.« only direcUd) njtd with montr-Wl: KUfcr«nu« U'ODits Druj Stnrr — BlTtbeVllU Aln1l (>nlcr» Flllcti. e this 9 day of Jan. WM. Mrs. Marshall lllii Notary Pub My Commission expires: 30:53 Quite Helpful ith Her Answers Filed ith County Assessor OKLAHOMA CITV. Jan. 13— {/P> An Oklahoma County operator of second-hand magazine shop ha* dividual Ideas about completing X forms. County Assessor Cragln Smith celved one from her yesterday— e wasn't Idcntiilcd—which listfA cr "furniture and fixlures" a» orange crates, tables, book rac'i id magazines." Slio gave her Inventory at the ose of the year as "$2W." And veil the next question—"Is this le same as shown on your In- omc tax return"—was quickly an- wcrcd. "Yes, and no," she write. "Nobody Sfiires it alike." As "other assets (describe fully)" lie listed: 'God, friends, enemies, custom- rs, second hand merchandies and uc—inclusive." How To Relievei Bronchitis i Crcamul!ionrclievtjprompllyb<cius4i il noes rifclil 10 ihc stat of Ihe irouble ID licl|> loosen anil «|>cl Ksrm laden liltlrgni anil aiil nanirc lo looilie and heal raw, lender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes.Tell your druggist < n» sell you * botlle of Ctcomulsion wiih ilic unilcrjlanding you must like die \vly il quickly lllays die cough or ymi are ID have your money back. CREOMULSION (or Cou?hs,Chest Colds, Bronchiti» SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY MEN'S WORK SHOES 5.95 9.95 junction to restore full production, appeared on one of his regular trips to Little Rook. His trucfc and dog which was hLs constant companion, were found several days later in pine Bltiff. Keg. ll.!>5 SUEDE JACKETS A11-Wool, U«K. .1.95 PLAID SHIRTS 4.19 CANVAS GLOVES PRESCRIPTIONS Frosh' Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Storer GAY'S CITY SUPER MARKET 109-111 West Main Phone 2668 BE ON HAND EARLY ON SALE 9:00 A.M. .3 ONLY.. .6 ONLY.. I.urge Ciisp Heads LETTUCE H«-10 e NYliile, .luicv GRAPEFRUIT 2 fw 15 e Slaiulanl California SARDINES r :il ,ca,i10 iMa\ fiold Ci'ciini Slylc CORN 2^;18 C Jat-listm liraiul. Nn. 1 Can PINTO BEANS 5 .lackaon Uraiul, No. 1 Can LIMA BEANS 5 SUPER SUDS 4 f()1 88 I'rolox TOILET TISSUE 4 Ho1ta 2V Tin; Koaininjr Ck-jinscr AJAX .Trv HllO I''ainon.s Slinrlenin" JEWEL 3£ n 69' Frcslt COUNTRY EGGS lyjrcy iuitl (lold ijand SLICED BACON 39 Good and A leafy PORK CHOPS ,,,39 Home Viatic i'urc PORK SAUSAGE 35 (Jrade "A" Tender CHUCK ROAST ,49 Ivin.s; CoUun OLEO 5. a,98" Sugar-Cured BACON SQUARES 19 l''i-csh River, 2 pound average CATFISH U) 69 Ilcil's SLAB BACON Hcime-Drcsscd KENS and FRYERS MEN'S COVERT TOPCOATS MEN'S LEATHER COATS MEN S JACRtlb WOOL and TWILL... .S ONLY. BOY'S LEATHER COATS BOY'S TOPCOATS JUNIOR B)Y T S OVERCOATS .5 ONLY. (i ONLY.. .5 ONLY. 13.00 13.00 3.13 . 4.13 9.13 5.13 FREE DELIVERY-PHONE 2668 SPECIAL! CHILDREN'S SNOW-SUITS 3.13 KAYON SATIN TWILL In lioys' anil (iirls' Styles _'])on'l Miss This! WOMEN'S COATS & SUITS 11.13 ALL-WOOL KUK-TKl.MMKI) COATS - LIMITED QUANTITY MEN'S COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS 1,13 MEN'S ALL WOOL S^RTS 3.13 JUNIOR BOY'S CORDUROY SUITS 3.13 BOY'S CORDUROY TROUSERS 2.13 JUNIOR BOY'S CORDUROY JIMMIES 1 13 19 2.09 Men's BIB OVERALLS Men's Iveg.S.!).) RAINCOATS 7.95 Men's I{«g. -1.98 Knce-lcnglli ' BOOTS 4.17 Men's Rubbers nnd 2 BUCKLE ARCTICS 1.98 & 2.89 Men's Reg. 7!)c Cotton T-SHIRTS 4? 4-Point, 12'/; Caiine BARBED WIRE 6.69 RCK- 2.98 SLATE ROOFING 2.67 Re«. 7.17 .'i-in-1 ASPHALT SHINGLES 5.55 Keg. 5.75 7-piece ALUMINUM SET 4.97 AT PENNY'S Rcf. 1.1 a BROOMS 79 C Reg. .18.95, Kingston VACUUM CLEANERS 19.95 Special DECK MOPS 25 C Special (Clearance WARDROBES 2.88 to 9.88 Reg. 79.05, 5-year K l| aranlec STANDARD WASHER 69.88 Re. 3.1ft, I'opcnrn 1'opper and HOTPLATE 2J9 POCKET WATCH NOW 1,59 9 Cu. I't. .Master Dcl.nxc REFRIGERATOR 254.50 Rc«. 1.95 ANTI-FREEZE 2g a, s 1.79 FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES ; 11

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